International Chinese Martial Arts Championship

Orlando, Boston, Los Angeles


Next Event - Boston

October 12, 2019


Hundreds of Divisions - All Skill Levels and Age Groups

Kung Fu ~ Wushu ~ Tai Chi ~ Sparring ~ Push Hands


First Class Venues


ICMAC Boston, Saturday October 12, 2019. Forekicks Sports Complex, Marlboro.

Welcome to the official ICMAC website!   Thanks to all Sifus and Coaches, Competitors and Parents, Special Guests and Volunteers for making the 2019 Orlando ICMAC tournament a huge success!  Save the date – July 4th weekend 2020 – for the next Orlando event.

New England ICMAC, October 12, 2019, at Fore Kicks Sports Complex in Marlboro. Thanks to everyone who came to Boston to help make this event a success. Photos and results coming soon!

Dear Sifus, Coaches and Athletes,

You are cordially invited to participate in the 8th New England Chinese Martial Arts Championship, October 12, 2019, at the Fore Kicks Sports Complex, 219 Forest Street, in Marlboro, Massachusetts.

We will offer competition for all skill levels and age groups in Traditional Kung Fu, Contemporary Wushu, Tai Chi, Sparring, Push Hands, and Chi Sao. Grand Champion Cups will be awarded for advanced competitors in forms divisions.

Invitation packets are being mailed, and online registration will be open shortly.

Thank you for your continuing support. We look forward to seeing you in Boston.


Nick Scrima
International Chinese Martial Arts Championship
ICMAC Worldwide Circuit
Friendship through Martial Arts™

P.S. Please remember that unless you see a tournament listed on our website, ICMAC is not involved with it in any way.

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Orlando 2019 Tournament Report

Dear Friends,

The 21st annual International Chinese Martial Arts Championship (ICMAC) was held July 5-7, 2019, at the Rosen Plaza Hotel in Orlando, Florida, and was a resounding success. Competitors came from throughout the US, Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean, and many nations overseas. Competition was offered for all age groups and skill levels in Traditional Kung Fu, Contemporary Wushu, Tai Chi and Other Internal Styles, Partner Forms, Sparring, Push Hands, and Chi Sao.

The Saturday evening showcase was capped by thrilling performances from leading masters, the awards ceremony for our Grand Champion winners, and the presentation of Hall of Fame medals to the latest class of distinguished teachers and coaches.

The highlight was our newest event – the team competition – which drew teams from six schools. Team members (maximum 8) were required to perform one empty hand form, one long weapon, one short weapon, and one group form coordinated within a 5-minute time period. Judging criteria for the panel of five senior judges included stance work, hand work, speed, power, focus, balance, coordination, and overall skill.

Winning the first-place trophy was Wah Lum Kung Fu from Orlando FL (Sifu Mimi Chan). Second was Win-Win Kung Fu from Pittsburgh PA (Sifu Hesheng Bao). Third was John Wai Martial Arts from Plantation FL (Sifu John Wai).

All performances were dynamic and exciting and showed careful preparation and great skill.

We want to thank all the dignitaries, judges, coaches, competitors, parents, and volunteers who supported the event. Make plans now for the 22nd annual ICMAC tournament, July 3-5, 2020!

With gratitude,

Nick Scrima

“Friendship Through Martial Arts”

Past Tournaments

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